Stingray wrote "Bashar also recommends a bodily fast twice a year but, for me, I don't feel the need."
What kind of bodily fast is it? I can't find any information about that.
asked 22 Apr '13, 10:06
Barry Allen ♦♦
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I think I heard about the twice-yearly fasting concept from a recording by Darryl Anka (while not channeling Bashar) summarizing what Bashar has previously said about maintaining bodily health.
I'll see if I can find the recording online somewhere because it's one of the best summaries I've ever heard of how to stay naturally healthy effortlessly. If I can't find it, I'll see about uploading the snippet and linking it here.
As for the kind of fast, the only definite recommendation I've heard was for Dr Schulze. See Has anyone tried Bashar's detoxification suggestion of using herb combinations by Dr Schulze?
I don't think it really matters though how you detoxify as long as you are detoxifying your body on a regular basis. Bashar has said that our modern-day societies are increasingly (and unavoidably) toxic for humans so it's necessary to have some form of detoxification process in order to keep the physical body renewed.
When I used to be interested in fasting, I found that fasting on fresh, self-made raw fruit and vegetable juices was, by far, the easiest way to cleanse the body with minimal discomfort from the accompanying natural detoxification.
In addition to the above, I just found this old Bashar transcript in my archives.
Bashar guarantees that following the Basic Checklist below will prevent about 99.999999999% of all disease:
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A different session where Bashar again talks about the Basic Checklist for health (with general references to detoxification):
answered 23 Apr '13, 05:30
@Stingray Very interesting info. "fresh, self-made raw fruit and vegetable juices". Would you say it is better to drink the juice only, or is it better to drink whole vegetables and fruits in a smoothie?
(23 Apr '13, 08:06) releaser99
@releaser99 - Juice only. Juicing removes the fiber which has little value for detoxification purposes.
(23 Apr '13, 17:02) Stingray
Thank you so much @Stingray.
(23 Apr '13, 18:30) releaser99
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@releaser99 - I found this link, not absolutely sure it will have what you're looking for; sorry but I have not had a chance to listen to the whole thing yet. It is English followed by a Japanese translation. http://youtu.be/lFWHvgTsP9o
Thanks @Grace :). He says this "...inertia simply meaning that you do have been doing what you are doing for so long that you created a kind of rut for yourself... Therefore sometimes the easiest way to break out of your normal eating and sleeping cycles is to break the cycle altogether, rather than doing it gradually. So sometimes one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself is to have a 1-3 day fast where you are drinking only..."
He says this kind of fasting is to break the eating and sleeping cycle. I think that Stingray referred to another kind of fasting to detoxify the body. I'm wondering if this is the same process as mentioned in the video?
@releaser99 - Aw, snap! :) @Stingray will probably be able to find it for you. He seems to be away visiting another galaxy at the moment, and I thought I might have stumbled upon it for you. No such luck. Still, it sounds like good advice for breaking out of a dull rut. That can seem like a bit daunting while you are in the midst, but a little fasting is easy. I must remember that. Thanks for digging out that little gem. You rock. (Haha :D)
Found a clue. The review entitled "I like this stuff" dated December 6, 2012 refers to Bashar's detox advice on using a Dr Sculze colon cleanse. http://www.amazon.com/Dr-Schulze-Intestinal-Formula-Laxative/product-reviews/B000SI6C4C/ref=cm_cr_pr_top_link_prev_1?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=0
@Grace This product seems to be interesting. I will try to order it. Thanks for your efforts, I really appreciate that.
@releaser99 Dr S's website has a de-tox programme that includes the aforementioned powder but also a herbal tincture and a de-tox tea. The tincture is disgusting but really powerful and the tea is quite pleasant but quite strong tasting. To be honest, if you are going to the trouble of fasting/de-toxing you might as well go for it and get the full kit. Thttps://www.herbdoc.com/index.php/Our_Products/5-Day-Detox-Program. They ship all over the World. It is expensive but so worth it.
@releaser99 If you really wanted to ramp it up you could include enemas and colonics. Don't forget to repopulate the bowel with beneficial flora afterwards though - it is important not to be casual about that although I can't remember whether Dr Schulze stresses that. The daddy of colon cleansing for the modern era was a chiropractor and iridologist named Bernard Jensen - his book "guide to better bowel care" is a classic. Don't look at the photos immediately after eating though!
@Catherine Thanks. These detox programs are on their way to me :).